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about her, the fact that she was a desert girl, eight western girl with a w., from new mexico, from albuquerque, south valley. and we ended up living in new mexico together while she was doing research for her dissertation on addiction. she is a medical anthropologist at hanford university. we have some stanford people representing here tonight. and so i followed angela on to another landscape, northern new mexico, which i dirty scene. i'd been a couple times as a tourist when i was younger. with all of the northern new mexico, represented artistically whether it's, you know, postcard in the carousel checks to or ansel adams, georgia o'keeffe, santa fe artist colony painters, the writers, john nichols were filmed. how many westerns have we seen that the link gave us the same range? northern new mexico in particular has a very powerful draw in terms of its enchanted landscape. the official state nickname of new mexico is land of enchantment, which carries a wisp of new age mysticism, you know, with it and makes a soft inchoate and warm and fuzzy and tends to obscure mutchler complica
and politics." it's written by former new mexico governor, gary johnson. and he is also the libertarian party nominee for president in 2012. governor john said, when and why did you leave the republican party and become a libertarian? >> you know, i've probably been a libertarian my entire life. this is just kind of coming out of the closet. i don't think i am unlike most americans. i think there's a lot more americans in this country that declare themselves libertarians as opposed to voting libertarian. so the picture and trying to make right now is vote libertarian with me this one time. give me a shot at changing things. and if it does somewhere, you can always return to tyranny and i'm going to argue that so so we have right now. >> what are the seven principles of good government you read about? >> one as being reality-based. just find out what his wife, base your decision inactions i'm not. make sure everybody that knows -- that should know what you're doing, knows what you're doing, so communicate. don't hesitate to deliver bad news. there's always time to fix things. if you don't have
. president obama won the popular vote in new mexico by nearly 15% in 2008, but this time around it looks like things could be a lot closer. let's take a look at new mexico, and some of the stats that are determining this election. new mexico has five electoral votes, a relatively small number out of the 270 needed, but both candidates are fighting over them very, very hard. the unemployment rate in new mexico 6.6%. it's actually a lot better than the national average, in large part because of the energy industry at work there. gas prices $3.69 a gallon. in terms of the number of visits, each candidate, well, mitt romney has been there once, president obama not at all since april. now in large part that may be because the obama campaign has thought that they had new mexico pretty well locked up. the latest "real clear politics" polling average for that state gives the president a 10 point lead, 50 for the president to 40 over governor mitt romney, if i can bring that up in the polls. there it is. 54 the president to 40 for mitt romney. michael coleman is the washington bureau chief for the alb
. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new mexico, mr. lujan, for five minutes. without objection. mr. lujan: mr. speaker, i rise today to celebrate a proud milestone in the history of the great state of new mexico. this year marks the centennial anniversary of the land of enchantment. while filmmakers have spent years documenting the history and beauty of new mexico, sharing the importance of stories and history of tradition and kings of power, stories and tales don't by raoux doll foe, captured by georgia o'keefe. new mexico has a long and rich heritage that's rooted in a shared history of a diverse population. a history that respects diversity and language, a land whose state constitution was drafted and adopted in both english and spanish. and while santa fe, the city of faith, holds the distinction as the oldest capital city in the country, celebrating 400 years last year, statehood came later in 1912 when a territory known for its beautiful scenery, natural wonders and pristine landscapes was admitted into the union as the 47th
from new mexico. she wrote on her facebook page that she lived in new mexico all her life and didn't want to leave her friends. hailey was hit by an suv before 3:00 yesterday. the driver did stop after the collision. hailey was new here but those who have lived here for a while say this road has always made them nervous. >> they are flying on the road, no speed limits posted. there's a community here and we have a lot of kids here. >> reporter: the driver -- >> the driver of the suv is cooperative there does not appear to be signed of impairment or illegal maneuvers we are investigating. >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out why this happened. residents are convinced this road needs speed bumps, maybe signs to try and make it safer. hailey was a student at the middle school that will bring in guidance counselors . amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> this morning a family wants justice for 15-year-old autistic boy beaten by an older man at the south hayward bart station. the right side of his mouth is swollen he and a friend were walking at the station at midnight in july, a
mexico. japan's new energy and industrial technology development organization and the new mexico government are collaborating on the experiment in lohse al most. in the project 2,000 households are connected to power line networks that deliver electricity. this system can choose the cheapest available energy. this includes solar and electricity stored at night. the system can also source power from batteries even during electrical outages caused by lightning or tornados. >> translator: i hope we can work together with the united states, the leading country in this field to prove the stability of the system. >> the experiment will continue for another year-and-a-half. >>> canada's natural resources minister says his country will promote sales of liquefied natural gas to japan. joe oliver said in tokyo tuesday that canada will likely start natural gas exports to asia as early as in 2014. >> for japan they need a safe, reliable source of liquefied natural gas for decades to come. >> command for lng has been growing since the fukushima nuclear accident last year. almost all reactors
, governor romney, gary johnson, the former governor of new mexico and the green party candidate, jill stein. you see an impact. the president comes down one point, jill stein gets one point. romney comes down three points, gary johnson gets three points. when it's fair to say, when you give them an option, they might have a second choice in governor johnson. >> that's right. thank you very much. perfect guest right now. libertarian presidential nominee gary johnson is going to join me. he's on the ballot in 43 states. there are legal challenges taking place in three important ones. michigan, pennsylvania and oklahoma. now, gary johnson swings both ways. while republicans fear he could have an effect of michigan, pennsylvania and ohio, some democrats are worried he could hurt president obama in new mexico and colorado. in new mexico, recent polls show the president only leading by five points and among independents in the state, jo s johnson gets 12% of the vote. >> great to be on with you. thank you. >> so, some people saying look, you can come, make your point, but are you going to spoil
testing if you see moving captions. you can see them. new mexico testing the captions. making sure they are live. commissioner moran: commissioner torres: commissioner moller caen: commissioner moller caen: viet vietcommissioner vietor: commissioner courtney: ed harrington: donna hood: donna hood: (music still playing). sf government tv. san francisco television. meeting about to start good afternoon., commissioner vietor:.or dor here. commissioner courtney: here. >> commission caen is expected to the shortly. >> minutes of the august 28 meeting. motions? iy seconded. all in favor all in favor, eye. this is the time for public comment es. do we have public comments? yes, sir, >> my name is ryan thomas i work with the sf puc [?]. >> are ehere for ed's item, that's on the agenda, so, please hold off until then. any other public comments not on the agenda today? okay, thank you. communications? we have several vip reports before us. i think, any questions or comments from the dmition? okay, any public comment on the communications? okay, thank you. other commission business? >
reports you're reading leave new mexico to be mitt romney. it's a smart move. they don't have a chance in new mexico. they thought that was one of the states they were going to be able to turn. obama won it by 15 points in 2008. he seems to be up an all the polling there right now. get out of dodge. get out of new mexico. they sent him to nevada and colorado. that's their plan to turn these states. i worked for mike dukakis in 1988 when he pulled out of the florida which was great for me, because all the senior staffers left and became the senior staffer in florida. the feeling is you know where the campaign's going when you see people being pulled like that. >> they are out of new mexico, ran for the hills in pennsylvania, ran for the hills even though michigan has perfectly height trees trees that are the perfect height. none the less, they've fled that state. >> they've taken money, not necessarily staffers. there's no more advertising going to tennessee and michigan. one interesting thing about that it's mutual disarmament. obama has stopped their ads in pennsylvania and michigan.
was there as a tourist but we have all seen northern new mexico whether a postcard as a carousels there's a great colony of painters and how many western have we seen with the open space and a range? the one in particular has a very powerful draw with its enchanted landscapes in the nickname of mexico is the land of the enchantment and makes a soft and glo we did warm and fuzzy tending to obscure the reality. that is what "desert america" is about. how has been imagined for us how imagery creates this image that is consumed and bought and sold how complicated the actual human geography of the place. i will take you to number mexico briefly. and gillette chose northern mexico both families haft of issues with addiction as another point* of encounter between us. she chose mexico not to be right next door but close enough so we could visit. there is a place along highway 68 that comes out of santa fe going to towson mexico that has the highest rate of her when addiction and anyplace in the country. and has for a long time. it is not getting better bet worse. she is day observer at the detox clinic and i am
the four corners region from arizona, new mexico, colorado and california meet down to the chijuajua area of new mexico. there was one excavation along the way i remember out in the desert nears winslow, arizona. the desert out there is just a still life with a few landmarks on the horizon and this empty hole, the little colorado river desert, the painted desert, and we were working on a 500-room pueblo dating back to about 1400 ad. i just remember the wind just hailing down on us for days and you would be working down with trowels inside of a trench and if you stop for too long, the sand would start to fill up your hole again because it was blowing so much and everybody was turned away from the wind. so it looked like some kind of religious thing was going on here, all these people bowed to the ground for days and days tinkering with some unimaginable smallness in front of them while the wind just pushed harder and harder, sand blasting across you, filling up all the rooms that you just emptied out as if the desert is rolling back over itself. because even where trails are left, trails d
boardwalk. after that, it will be shipped to new mexico. a new one will take its place and more details about the ride will be released today. several are opening their doors to wine lives. they will also learn about different types of wine grapes and bottle their own wine in some locations. accept desk i will nations drivers pay more. hopefully no real traffic problems, oh, we can't hear you tara. >> well, good morning. >> reporter: we are not having too many problems and hopefully we wouldn't have any and not too many in the north bay. this is 101 in the southbound and psych folks are making their way towards the caldecott tunnel and no delays to speak of and point, the bottom portion of the screen, no delays let's check in with rosemary orozco. >> and for some of the areas it will be 0 toasty for the afternoon. we have an on shore breeze which is very weak and yesterday in fairfield, over parts of the north area, of 1 in fairfield, 51 in napa, livermore oakland napa, and we are looking at 60 degrees in mountain view as well as redwood city, mostly clear skies, also compressing that m
the southwest is out of reach because of this. they pulled out of new mexico. they have a shot in colorado and nevada. essentially, the hispanic strategy has been let's talk about the economy. the cuban americans are in florida and hope they can peel off enough of them. maybe that will be the trick. the fastest-growing group are the non-portrait in immigrants for whom this is a defining issue. i suspect he is glad to have a hard time winning florida in part because of the latino electorate. >> what do you think about all of this? you wrote this great book on this calling for a new type that appears to be the mistake that the romney campaign is making. what do you make of this? >> i disagree with a lot of what has been said. there was a fascinating moment during a republican debate that happen like last year. you had mitt romney and newt gingrich agree we needed immigration reform. what about the border effect that there were having this conversation. it was completely ignored. mayor ronnie gave a speech -- mitt romney gave a speech. this is an utterly marginal issue. it has more skilled im
. >>> scientists from japan and the united states launched a project in the state of new mexi mexico. [ applause ] >> japan's energy and industrial technology development organization and the new mexico government are collaborating on the experiment in los alamos. smart grid hopes to balance, sa ply and demand of electricity with renewable energy sources. in the project. 2,000 household are connected to power line networks that deliver electricty. the system can choose the cheapest available energy. this include solar and electricity stored at night. the system can also source power from batteries even during electrical outages caused by lightning or tornados. >> i hope we can work together with the united states, the leading country in this field, to prove the stability of the system. >> the experiment will continue for another year and a half. >>> japan is set to launch a new nuclear watch dog later today. the aim is to improve safety at nuclear power plants nationwide following the fukushima accident last year. the nuclear regulatory commission will start operations to replace the nuclear in
on me fairly early that there was sort of a story bring in new mexico. i want to find out more about it. and i got the idea in the first instance when i went, when i heard the story, read the story of a man named manuel. he lives with a veteran, for the japanese in the philippines, in april 1946 after the war is over he gets up on the morning of the day that american surrendered at the 10, several there's later now, 46. he walks was modest house and he lowers the american flag any races a white flag of surrender. he is a humble guy. is not going to make it on any talk shows and is not going -- no one will not pay that much attention to them. he can't forget the laws. he can't forget all his buddies that were left behind, who died either at bataan, or as he was, died in japanese prisoner camps. he had nightmares for the rest of his life. he would wake up screaming for the rest of his life, in the middle of the night. he could not accept a version of world war ii that was a good war without talking about the fact that he lost some of his best friends. if you were to spend your neck summer
radcliffe her family just moved here from new mexico just a few months ago she was new to the area. it has really hit the community hard i was on the patch website one minute ago and there are tons of comments from greeting people there will be some cancels at the middle school this morning helping students with bismarck. >> thank you jackie will have more on this story throughout the morning. >> the parents in albany are still reeling from the news that a middle school teacher there is suspected of having an inappropriate relationship a former student. the suspect was release arrested at his summit home wednesday. >> we are reacting with a child's best interests at heart and reacting is and as we possibly can. i was sick! i know every teacher here i tried to know whether every family here. >> the superintendent told the parents last night students have been giving vague details about why the teacher is no longer a teacher at the school there would be a meeting tonight the district's mental health court nadir will be on hand to talk about the situation with parents and students. >> and pol
ratliff had just moved here to novato from new mexico. he written on her facebook page august 14th, that she lived in new mexico all her life and didn't want to leave her friends. she was hit just before 3:00 yesterday, the driver did stop after the collision. hailey was new here, those who have lived here for a while say this road has always made them nervous. >> they are flying down here, no speed limits, there's a community here and we have a lot of kids. >> the driver of the suv is very cooperative, it does not appear to be signs of impairment or illegal maneuvers, we are investigating and exploring all options of the investigation. >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out what happened. residents are convinced that some speed bumps, maybe limit signs could help make novato boulevard safer. hailey was a student at sinoloa middle school. the school will bring in guidance counselors to talk to classmates. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> this morning a family wants justice for a 15-year-old autistic boy beaten by an older man at the south hayward bart station. the right s
. >> richardson. thank you-- see, a native does if properly. >> thank you. now sir, you-- the governor of new mexico, you were also a former u.s. ambassador to the u.n., former secretary of energy, a congressman, a presidential candidate. you were down at the convention, okay. what is the energy like in that room. they're just cranking up the volume, right. it's really not as exciting as it seems like, is it? >> no, steven, it really is exciting. there's dramatic, dramatic drama that-- drama going on. >> dramatic drama. is there going to be tragic tragedy or sorrowful sadness. >> yesterday, with president clinton, michelle obama, julian castro, he was the keynoter at the convention. >> the mayor of -- >> he has been on the show, sure. now let's talk about all the hispanic outreaches that's going on out there. do you guys feel particularly outreached too or-- i'm sorry, what am i doing. dow want some taco bell. would you like? because i want to make sure. >> (cheers and applause) >> you know, because you know, mitt romney is going to ask all you guys to take a run for the border. >> no i know.
it will be reconstructed in a park in new mexico. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight the floods and the fires. the storm that won't give up. remnants of isaac now set to pour on the millions of children headed to school tomorrow. in new orleans the president arrives just as families return home there. and the fires tonight, the labor day evacuation sending families scrambling. abc's extreme weather team on all of it. >>> countdown. the president gets his turn. on the eve of the convention, we're there as the first lady gets her practice run. while the romneys ride the waves. but where's the bounce? the new poll after mitt romney's convention. >>> our consumer watchdog on the case this evening. the label that costs you more at the grocery store and the new findings. does organic really mean it's better for you? >>> and the bearish forecast for your backyard. if you thought this was the summer of the bear, why authorities say, get ready for even more after labor day. they are really hungry. >>> good evening. it's great to have you on this labor day. diane is on her way to the demo
from southern california to new mexico. windy, with high fire danger from the northwest into the upper midwest. then, showers in south florida. a chilly morning with frost advisories for upstate new york. and new england. fall is in the air. >> 68 in boston. 74 here in new york. 80s in the southeast and across the nation's midsection. 70s in the northern rockies. >> could take this weather about nine months out of the year. >> this is nice weather, isn't it? >> yes, it is. >>> and coming up, important, new cancer screening information for women. this time, it's not breast cancer. >>> casino mogul, steve wynn, winning big in the courtroom, after taking on the guy behind "girls gone wild." >>> and then, an update on our dear friend, robin roberts, and what she tweeted just before checking into the hospital. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-ver
information. that little girl died. andhaley was new to the area she just moved here from new mexico with her family. her family is of course grief- stricken it. it is a sad scene. as we mentioned, the scrolling of moral items continue. the growing-the mora the memorial site. there will be grief counseling available for students at the school who need it. this is possibly the first time that children will have to deal with something like this. there will be counseling available. and they went on to say that their heartfelt >> this an improper relationship with this student. this 28 year-old stewart teach was arrested and parents met with administrators to address their concerns. >> we are reacting with a child's best interest at heart. i was sec. i try to go to every family i was just--sec. whatever the outcome is i was just sick. it just sinks to the bottom of your stomach. >> the superintendent said that they are providing the vague details the mental health coordinator will also be on hand to help with the situation. >> and we are talking about what prosecutors led to this a deadly shootin
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the hurricane before it is dismantled and stent to a new mexico amusement park. it will be replaced by a new ride next year. the hurricane has been on the boardwalk since 1992. >>> many people have lined the sidewalks near the san francisco waterfront to watch cyclist race. you can see the pack zipping along battery street in the 38th annual race. two locals say it is a thrill to race through the streets of san francisco. >> i think what makes it fun it is a race in downtown san francisco, downtown is also special because you get a lot of spectators it makes it fun for sure. >> the great thing about it, everyone is packed together so you get the group feel going there's a lot of action in the pack. >> the races will continue from now until 3:00 this afternoon if you plan oncoming, you might want to consider public transportation, many streets and parking lots have been closed for the race. >>> up knicks, underwater video you have got to see. special >>> just one week from today katie debuts at 3 p.m. right before abc7 news at 4:00 katie couric's new show. >>> today at 4:00 growing holiday tr
a favorite. the last day to ride the hurricane before it is dismantled and stent to a new mexico amusement park. it will be replaced by a new ride next year. the hurricane has been on the boardwalk since 1992. >>> many people have lined the sidewalks near the san francisco waterfront to watch cyclist race. you can see the pack zipping along battery street in the 38th annual race. two locals say it is a thrill to race through the streets of san francisco. >> i think what makes it fun it is a race in downtown san francisco, downtown is also special because you get a lot of spectators it makes it fun for sure. >> the great thing about it, everyone is packed together so you get the group feel going there's a lot of action in the pack. >> the races will continue from now until 3:00 this afternoon if you plan oncoming, you might want to consider public transportation, many streets and parking lots have been closed for the race. >>> up knicks, underwater video you have got to see. special connection one diver foun >>> just one week from today katie debuts at 3 p.m. right before abc7 news at 4:00
reporter for the "washington post." phil richardson is is the former governor of new mexico and before that the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. and republican strategist alice. it's great to have all three of you here. both the candidates busy day in virginia today, this hour president obama is scheduled to speak at a rally of about 20,000 in virginia beach at an amphitheater there. that being one of the largest military communities in the country. at the same time, mitt romney is going to address vets at an american legion post in springfield. romney still has this huge money advantage, so how does he turn this thing around to make it worth his while with all that cash in reserves, can he be able to pull through in virginia and take it on to other places like north carolina? >> well, i think one of the things you see them doing already is doing the more direct ads. of course he had that ad where he's looking directly at the camera talking out his empathy, casting himself as a compassi compassionate person. i think you will obviously see that. and there are obviously looking at the debates
. >>reporter: hailey moved to novato from new mexico only a month ago. she had written on the face book page she didn't want to leave from california because she was leaving behind too many friends. she was new here her death is hitting the community hard. neighbors hope the accident will bring about changes to what they believe is a dangerous road. >> they are playing in down here on the road. no speed limit posted. community here and we have a lot of kids here so makes it kind of risky. >>reporter: people we talked to are suggesting speed bumps and better signage. anything to make this stress of road safer. live in novato, abc 7 news. >> thank you lillian. >> developing news in morgan hill where police are looking for a mother who ditched her daughter at a grocery store last week. police say she used her daughter to shoplift but when a store clerk caught on she took off leaving the young girl behind. 7 news reporter lisa is in morgan hills tonight. lisa? >>reporter: you know at one point the girl called her daughter cell phone and police officer answered. he told the william to
. >>> showers in the rockies from utah down to new mexico. thunderstorms move in tonight from omaha to kansas city and st. louis. heavy rain around miami and ft. lauderdale and west palm beach. it's chilly in the carolinas. >>> 60s from chicago to new york. 70s in the central plains, 101 in phoenix. >>> and hollywood's hottest stars turned out for the emmy awards last night. and an evening filled with favoritend and quite a few upsets. >> that's right. top dramas went to "homeland." abc's brandi hitt has the highlights. >> reporter: the prime time emmy awards was a star studded night. filled with surprises. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: jon cryer couldn't believe he won best actor in a comedy, while julia dreyfuss won best actress. julie bowen and eric stonestreet won their second emmys for their supporting roles. >> i never knew i'd be on tv as a gay man. >> reporter: even host jimmy kimmel provided plenty of laughs. >> i don't think the president should be watching "homeland" for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should be watching "breaking bad." >> reporter: breaking bad aaron
from tied to plus three. new mexico with a poll that showed romney behind by five moved from minus 14 to minus 10. new jersey went from minus 13 to minus ten. one state, washington state moved in barack obama's direction. went from a 13-point margin for obama to a 16-point margin, but not a single state changed the status. though there was important movement toward romney. most of the polls before taken in the week or over the weekend say it may not have the convention bounce baked in this tome. as of the day no, changes in status from last week. >> you are seeing changes if your map. you put ohio in lean obama. >> one poll we have seen since the democratic convention in the state was the p.p.p. poll in ohio that gave obama five-point lead there. >> bret: democratic leaning poll. >> democratic leaning poll. i have been privy to focus groups and other internal things i am hearing on the democratic side. renewed confidence that ohio is starting to lean obama. i put it there. now look, these things can change five ways between now a no., but today, put it in the lean column for obama. >>
trade center buildings 11 years ago tomorrow. >>> a much happier scene in new mexico where they carried out the annual burning of the zozobra, a 50-foot tall marionette to resemble the problems of the last year. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather. here is meteorologist todd santos with the weather channel forecast. i see you over there, making your notes where to go next year. >> i wish i had actually burned some of these. there are problems here. >> your weather notes. your woes. >> the weather notes are actually great. for many folks across the country, it's looking like an absolutely beautiful day. even broke the streak in seattle. 200ths of an inch of rainfall from late last night to early this morning. at least a little rainfall. a few showers into portions of florida. southwest we have a disturbance that will likely spawn more shower activity, especially as you factor in daytime heating there. beyond that, a good two-thirds of the country dry and quiet. there is a look towards seattle. you see the moisture moving through the area, not a huge amount. but still
in the united states this year in oregon and new mexico. >> and flu season still several month as way but vaccine season is already here. and san francisco is gearing up for a public vaccination on september 15th and this is about 200,000 people hospitalized every year. officials say seniors should get vaccines soon and then get a booster. >> there is the death of a little girl as led to the recall of nearly half a million window blinds. >> michael finney has a warning tonight. >> this happened in 2009. tonight a warning to stop using these blinds. the consumer products safety commission announced recall of 450,000 blinds from blind express out of michigan custom made sold from 1995 until last year. the agency says a 2-year-old girl was strangled when getting caught in the loop. the recall affects blinds on cords that do not attach to the floor. and owners of the blinds should order a free repair kit. i've posted information you feed on abc 7 news.com. >> looking for a job or career? one of the fastest growing industries is home health care. the state projects the number of aids will
the hurricane. at santa cruz beach walk. they'll start dismantling the roller coaster tomorrow shipped to new mexico. thousand people today and through the holiday lining up for one last ride. >> i found out this summer at the beginning. i was upset. it was going to be closed down. it is a lot of fun. >> i was kind of happien a way. i am excited for the new ride. >> ha-ha. >> good balanced reaction there. the new ride is called undertow. a spinning coaster that zips around at 40 miles an hour, $5.5 million coaster will be ready by september of 2013. >> yea! >> going to be fun. >> enjoy the rest of your holiday. see you at 6:00.
illegal gun purposes in new mexico in hope so was tracking them to drug cartels. we'll see you inside of america's news headquarters only on fox. >> paying up for prek. taxpayers fund public schools with private tax scholarship with income taxs and san antonio, texas is pushing an extra sales tax to fund prek programs. >> it is a slippery slope for all taxpayers. >> we have a head start program that did not deliver . piling on new taxes on a failed school system is not the way to go. we have had massive increases on public education and the really answer is give all parents coupons and get actability. otherwise more taxes. >> morgan what we have seemed to learn that miling more money into something may not make it better with education. on the flip side of that. part of the reason sales tax is discussed is because money is pulled back for funding on these programs . it is potentially a good investment. prek in san antonio they are looking at prek and make it a more quality pre-k. my favorite is from university of the wisconsin and shows $6700 invested in early education lead toz 48,00
amusement park in new mexico to make way for a larger spinning roller-coaster called the " undertow " today the last day the hurricane is stilled twisting and fast ride that pushes the adrenaline button. >>> folks cannot get enough >>> she was more scared she was holding on >>> we had a competition but he chickened out. >>> did you think even for a minute i wasn't going to ride that thing? the lab and a okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're on vacation. this is no plan. really? [ male announcer ] the united mileageplus explorer card. the mileage card with special perks on united. get it and you're in. >>> we welcome newest member of cbs 5 weather team paul dionne know >>> at 5610 and 11 glad to be here a beautiful station to work for and today gorgeous out there many enjoyed sunshine and highs in the '90s set the stage fo
of younger politicians, they're reform mind the, governor martinez of new mexico, a wonderful story, and so, i think that-- >> she was a revelation. >> all of the parties try to hit and appeal to the middle class m america, and they show they're no longer the parties of bankers and country club types, they looked like real americans. >> paul: was that part of their strategy. >> and they can be biographical and they wanted to highlight the deep bench that the g.o.p. has here, talk with about the reform policies going on out in the states and present a party itself that's ready to get down to business and institute new ideas. and that was certainly what they were aiming for. >> wasn't there a strategy goal, too, here. in ohio, seen falling unemployment. they need to point. obama is going to try to take credit for that and romney needs to point out this is a republican governor whose policies are helping a great deal. that's right. they're drawing a clear distinction between those things they believe their republican governors have done, the budget reforms they've done and education reforms th
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